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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Smoking rooms available
- Indoor pool
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... and shared how I knew somewhat how she felt, because I grew up in an environment where my dad wasn’t a believer for a while. I was able to pray for her and encourage her that his eyes would be opened. I don’t tell you all this to brag, but because of how close to home this lady and her situation hit me. Please join me in prayer for Olive and the salvation of her husband. Pray that she would continue to be obedient to the Lord and ...
... to move its awful. You feel so helpless but unfortunately ignorance is best in this situation.
We arrived in Karol Bagh 20mins later and the area is just awful. Litter and rubbish dominate the streets (everywhere not even in binbags) stray dogs attacking the litter, beggers attacking the litter, people walking through it or trying to avoid it, its more dark here with very narrow streets and indian men staring harshly. (Its a different stare to the ...
... is the Kings tomb resting to the side of his wife's which is central.
The temperature had started to drop on our return to Delhi, it was a chilly - for the locals - 17 degrees in the day time, we saw people making fires on the streets as they were so cold and the nights dropped to 5 degrees. Our train to Goa wasn't for another week so we had more days filled with binges on junk food and BJJ (for Carl).
There's a charity with a base ...
... climb to get to the fort that dominates the skyline of this city. I passed some very questionably packaged crisps on the way up with what looked like Hitler in a spacesuit on the front! The fort was thankfully more normal and the colours of the sunset over the blue city were spectacular, or so the Maries told me. I didn't manage to channel any Bruce Wayne from the fort but did find a lovely spot to buy some xmas cards and a cuddly Hindu cow for my niece. The second day in ...
... set aside to care for these monuments from the government which is hard to understand considering the reverence of many of the buildings in India. After our visit to the Taj and some breakfast we were off for our return trip to Delhi. The good news was our exit was much smoother than our entry and soon we were humming down the road home, when some police with large rifles stepped out on the road and flagged our car over. Looking quite serious they tapped the window with the ends ...